Members Banjo Videos - 3

Here's a page where members may like to post videos of their own Banjo playing, no matter whether the image is a still photo, a collection of photos or unrelated video footage.

Here's one I prepared earlier, just to get us started. ;-)

Cheers,

Dick

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Comment by Dick Glasgow on February 5, 2012 at 1:11

My Paragon comes in 2nd time through this Jig.

Paddy Fahy's Jig

Paddy Fahy's Jig from Dick Glasgow on Vimeo.


Cheers,

Dick

Comment by Dick Glasgow on January 11, 2012 at 20:09

Here are a couple of my wee jigs, on yet another iMovie exercise.

All aboard The Hazel & The Claymore! :-)

S. S. Hazel was also known as The Scotch Boat & sailed between Ardrossan & Portrush from 1907 to 1914. It used to stop each time it reached Ballycastle, for passengers to be rowed ashore. M. V. Claymore sailed between Ballycastle & Campbeltown for three years but the service sadly ended in 2002.

Comment by Dick Glasgow on January 11, 2012 at 18:57

Oh dear, I'm afraid I'm not very good with ABCs. You might be safer working with a slowdowner type gadget, as, with all my mistakes, I'd probably end up posting a completely new tune! :-(

Cheers,

Dick

Comment by Hans Jørgen Jensen on January 11, 2012 at 14:19

is there a possibility to send these two tunes to thesession.org as ABC, I can't find them, and I think they are good tunes.

Comment by Hans Jørgen Jensen on January 11, 2012 at 14:16

The new tunes are also great.

Comment by Dick Glasgow on January 11, 2012 at 11:19

Here's another video, this time featuring the Mandolin as well as the Banjo.

Half-hanged McNaughton & The Toastrack.

Two more of my own tunes, this time written to remember John McNaughton from Benvarden, Bushmills, who was hanged in 1761 for the accidental murder of his own beloved during a botched robbery. When they were hanging him the rope snapped at the first attempt, so the story goes that although he could have walked free, he asked them to try again, because he couldn't live, being known as half-hanged McNaughton.

The Toastrack was the pet name for the quaintly shaped carriage of Europe's first Hydroelectric Tram, which ran from Portrush, past Dunluce Castle to the Giant's causeway, from 1883 to 1949.

Musicians:
Dick Glasgow: Mandolin, Tenor Banjo, Jews Harp, Bodhran & Shaker.
Michael Sands: Guitar.

Comment by Anders Houlberg-Nielsen on January 10, 2012 at 21:59

Lovely sound and tunes. Well played indeed....

Comment by Hans Jørgen Jensen on January 10, 2012 at 19:23

Nice tunes and VERY nice playing.

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